I love to walk around my city without a fixed course, walk under a great light and get lost in the alleys, observing how people move from one place to another. Inside this chaos, with its crowds of tourists, the noise and the daily frenzy of its citizens.
today's cities are not for a quiet and peaceful lifestyle; big cities become theme parks; there is nothing worse than losing charm.
Since my adolescence, my street street photography has been almost exclusively black and white, faithful to master Ansel Adams 'zone system, rarely shooting in color. Being a project based on loneliness and isolation in usually crowded places, I wanted to get rid of the drama that Black and white adds to photography, and shoot in color. I like to isolate characters from my photography, as if they were actors in a film acting on an improvised set, like a frame of a film. seeking the isolation of characters has been a huge, frustrating work. Barcelona: how many people can fit in a square meter?
"La soledad es la gran talladora del espíritu."
Federico García Lorca